According to Southern California Edison,

as of Thursday, Aug. 18, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 636.4 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 145 acre feet.” Last week’s measurement was 147 acre feet. For details, visit http://thecatalinaislander.com/article/catalina-water-use-meeting-set-next-week

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According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, Aug. 11, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 636.5 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 147 acre feet.” This was a 4-acre-foot decrease from last week’s measurement.

As of Thursday, Aug. 4, the water level the Middle Ranch Reservoir measured 151 acre feet, according to Southern California Edison. This was a 2-acre-foot decrease from last week’s measurement. Catalina is expected to go into Stage 3 water rationing after Labor Day. Water use on Catalina Island is expected to decrease after the summer visitor season ends.

As of Thursday, July 28, the water level at the Middle Ranch Reservoir  was down to 153 acre feet. This is a 4-acre-foot decrease from last week’s measurement. Catalina is expected to go into Stage 3 water rationing after Labor Day.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, July 21, the”water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 637.0 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 157 acre feet.” Last Thursday, the water level measured 161 acre feet.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, July 14, the water level at Middle Ranch Reservoir “is 637.2 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 161 acre-feet.” This represents a 2-acre-foot decrease from last week.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Friday, July 8, “The current water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 637.3 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 163 acre feet.”

The water level at Middle Ranch Reservoir measured 167 acre feet as of Thursday, June 30.

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, June 23, the Middle Ranch Reservoir measured “637.6 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 169 acre-feet.” Last week, the measurement was 171 acre feet.”

According to Southern California Edison, as of Thursday, June 9, the “water elevation in the Middle Ranch Reservoir is 637.9 feet above sea level.  This equates to a storage capacity of 175 acre-feet.”  The measurement was 2-acre-foot decrease in the water level from the previous week, which in turn was a 2-acre-foot decrease from the week before that.